A Faculty Led Study Abroad is a short-term (typically one week to four weeks, though length can vary) travel course that usually integrates experiential learning at the program site (whether domestic or international) with more traditional classroom experiences and assignments. A Study Abroad is designed and led by one or more Flagler faculty members and typically involves about 7 to 30 students, depending on the number of faculty participating in the trip. To participate to a faculty-led trip students should contact the faculty program leader or the Study Abroad Director.
Last day to present the GPA to Students’ Appeals. All the required documents must be sent electronically to the Study Abroad Director.
Last day to apply for the Unger Family Scholarship. Packets must be sent to the Study Abroad Office.
Last day to add students in the list, without the possibly of the GPA appeal. All students added to the list after February 24th mus have a GPS over 2.5.
Students can start to return the Faculty Led Study Abroad Application form to the Study Abroad Office. It must be complete with all the signatures, copy of passport, and proof of insurance with coverage outside the U.S. territory. Summer Flagler College tuition must be paid.
Faculty Led Study Abroad Application Due to the Study Abroad Office. It must be complete with all the signatures, copy of passport, and proof of insurance with coverage outside the U.S. territory.
An Independent Study Abroad can be a component of a semester or course, or it can be a stand-alone, credit-bearing course. In addition, students undertaking a semester-long course can build on field study techniques in local institutions. The semester abroad can be done everywhere in the world, under the travel state warning list guidelines. Student interested should contact the Study Abroad Director for further details.